E X H I B I T O R S
We are delighted to announce the following exhibitors will be exhibiting at our forthcoming event.
T E R E S A R O G E R S
ARTIST - MIXED MEDIA
Teresa is an artist who works in all mediums to produce colourful work. She exhibits across the South of England including London and Bath and takes part in Hampshire Open Studios. Her subject matter includes animal portraits, landscapes, floral work and abstracts and also hand pained lampshades.
P I P W H I T E
Pip White was born and brought up in Salisbury. It has only been recently her discovery of needle felting has allowed her to explore her talent in a very unique way. Her use of fibre forms and illusion of water colour or pastels and allows her to create landscapes and coastal scenes mainly from the south-west of England.
T H E S P O T T E D D O G
I LOVE yarn, HATE waste, so I spin my own yarn from local sheep’s fleece and textile waste, and ply unwanted and salvaged acrylic wool to create bespoke yarns which feature in my crochet and knit hats, bags and neckwear, and in my crochet, knitting and spinning kits.
H A R R I E T B I L T O N
Harriet Bilton makes knitted houseplant pots using sustainable yarns, such as bamboo, which she dyes with foraged leaves and flowers from around her home in Newton Tony. In addition to the knitted pots, she also experiments with cyanotype and printing techniques by transferring botanical imagery onto paper and fabric. A new range of sustainably crafted items are ready for the winter events - perfect ideas for Christmas.
C H A R L O T T E R O S E
ARTIST - ACRYLIC & MIXED MEDIA
Born and raised in Salisbury, I specialise in acrylic paintings of landscapes and wildlife but I also use mixed media and chalk pastel, focusing on our amazing local places in Wiltshire, Hampshire and Dorset. I am passionate about the natural environment, which I hope shines through in my work
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G E R A L D I N E M C L O U G H L I N
My background includes Art and textiles but glass has captured my imagination. I now have my own studio where I create fused and cast glass items for indoor and outdoor display. I exhibit in UK galleries and have pieces in private collections both in the UK and worldwide.
N O B L E A R T S U P P L I E S
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L O U I S A S A F F I O T I
ARTIST - WATERCOLOUR
My work consists mostly of framed and unframed watercolour paintings of landscapes and views of Salisbury, many of which are painted outside. I also paint waterfowl and chickens. I exhibit and sell my paintings online and locally and I am a member of Salisbury Group of Artists and Plain Arts Salisbury.
V A L E R I E N E R V A
ARTIST - OILS
Valerie seeks to express, through her colourful expressionist oil paintings, the mood and mystery of place and of what lies beyond the purely physical. Current experimental works share the joy and creative freedom she has found this year in the natural world of garden and local landscapes.
A N T H O N Y H A R R I S
ARTISTS - VERRE EGLOMISE
After working at the Royal College of Art for 15 years within the Ceramics and Glass Department I moved to Salisbury to set up Glass Art Services and Restoration business in 2015. I use the Verre Eglomise process, drawing through silver leaf, to create images of birds and wildlife.
M A R Y F A W C E T T
ART - ACRYLIC & PASTEL
Come and enjoy colourful and vibrant paintings in many different sizes. I am inspired to paint landscape, sea, flowers and some spiritually based work amongst other experimental pieces. Most are framed or on canvasses. I have exhibited over many years and there are bargains available as I can't stop painting!!
I A N M O R R I S O N
My work is a contemporary look a country pottery. I focus on line, surface, and balance. I want my pots to convey an honesty about why and how they were made and for me the salt glazing process is a perfect application to achieve this. This process allows me to make pots with subtle and clean lines that are very approachable and usable while giving the work that extra durability that comes from the firing process.
B O B N O R M A N
Bob started throwing pots at school, then took it up again after a 30-year gap. Now retired and living in Salisbury, he makes useful items – mugs, jugs, bowls, dishes …. He uses stoneware which is hard wearing and may be used in the oven, microwave and dishwasher.
H E A T H E R O L S E N
I dropped art at 13, to take the “academic” subjects. This rankled - I loved art. Years later a short ceramics course at a London Art School enthused me. It still does! I experiment with lace/seashells/leaves/found objects to texture the clay’s surface. I make things to raise a smile – animals; paint-boxes; tiny tables set for breakfast! Ceramics offers scope for continual learning of the techniques and science of ceramics.
M A R Y C O L E
After many years of making pots, Mary has found that lockdown has produced an explosion of creativity around flora and fauna. She uses fresh flowers and leaves to create her designs as well as hand drawn images.